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One Annual Health Checkup That’s Probably Missing from Your Calendar For most of us health habits are instilled in us at a young age. For example, you made annual treks in the family minivan to both the pediatrician and the dentist. As you entered adulthood, you probably transitioned to a primary care physician, and maybe even a different dentist better equipped to address adult needs. Anytime you’ve moved or switched insurance carriers, one of your first priorities has been to tr...
Posted on 2018-10-11
Knee Injuries and Physical Therapy Physical therapy can help keep your knees healthy and strong. It can also help rehabilitate your knee after an injury.   Knee injuries can be very common. Some knee injuries are most likely due to sedentary lifestyle habits. Others can be related to poor hip mobility and strength. Knee injuries are the cause of around 10 million visits to the doctor or physical therapist each year. Common Knee Complaints While there are many reasons that a patien...
Posted on 2018-10-03
5 Simple and Effective Strategies for Improving Your Nutrition Figuring out what to eat, when to eat and how to get enough vegetables can be very confusing and frustrating. It’s easy to over complicate things. We worry about the minor details instead of looking at the big picture. We want one simple solution that will solve all our problems instead of being committed to breaking down our habits one by one.   Here are 5 simple and effective strategies for improving your nutrition ...
Posted on 2018-08-23
What’s the weight? Are you trying to lose weight? We get it weight loss can be hard and it’s easy to get down on yourself when you don’t see a significant change on the scale. It is unrealistic and unhealthy to expect to see huge numbers on the scale each week. The average American is around 15-20 pounds overweight. During the first few weeks of starting a weight loss program you may see larger numbers then you will a few weeks in. You should aim to lose 1-3 pounds a week d...
Posted on 2018-08-14
The Importance of Home Exercise Compliance Home exercises are usually given to patients at their first physical therapy visit and updated throughout the course of care. They are provided to reinforce what is completed during each visit and to eventually support the transition to independent management of the condition. Throughout the course of treatment these exercises are checked frequently by the therapist for proper form and progression.   What is important to note, however, is that...
Posted on 2018-07-27
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